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19 Jul 2012
My hair is constantly greasy I don't know whether it is the shampoo I use or hormones. Do you have any home remedies that could fix my problem?
Posted on 20 Jul 2012
One time my mom put a mixture of baking soda, vinegar, green tree oil, and egg in my hair and it took the oil out of my hair and I have SUPER oily hair... It really depends on how long your hair is with how much you need... Do not put too much baking soda in though because that can make it bubble up... Your mixture should be watery though... I'm sure you can find it on line the exact measurements if you put the ingredients on google because thats where my mom found it...I really can't tell you how much because I don't know your hair type (thick, think, long, short, etc.) you can experiment or try looking it up... The egg makes your hair shiny, the green tree oil is mostly for a healthy scalp and takes away dandruff (dry skin) vinegar helps clean it and the baking soda is for oil... Warning: This will smell TERRIBLE!!! I've never smelled something soo bad ! But it makes your hair / head sooooooo much healthier!!! You leave it in about 25 min. and use a little bit of conditioner to wash out.... So like I said, Experiment with the ingredients, and see what works for you... (aply to all of your hair and scalp!) I hope this helped at all! If not... Oh well but you can always google stuff like that (:
*Tea tree oil
don't wash your hair for a few days and don't put hair shine. it makes hair oily
I agree with vampkisses; I also have pretty oily hair and I usually rub about a dime sized amount into some of my shampoo and that does the trick. Be careful however as this sometimes can dull the color if your hair is dyed.
Posted on 21 Jul 2012
you should try applying honey on your hair,and leave on for 10 minutes,, then shampoing ,, rinse off.. hope it works on you,, coz i did that routine,, twice a week
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